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Posts from May 2019

 

Do you remember the last day of school when you felt like you could fly all the way home and land in your shady backyard with a tall, cold glass of Kool-Aid®?  The smell of freshly cut grass and sounds of an ice cream truck filled the air, and you got to stay up until the street lights turned on.  This weekend, although the calendar doesn't say summer just yet, is the beginning of summer vacation season.  Listed below are five great ways to celebrate the freedom of summer right here in Irving, Texas!

 

Memorial Day weekend is a great time to gather with family and friends for cookouts and pre-summer activities. It's also a great time to teach your children about our true heroes, the servicemen and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. As you bite into your celebratory hot dog, consider visiting these area Memorial Day weekend activities.

Conveniently situated near the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, the fourth largest metropolitan region in the country, Irving is home to some of the finest amenities and resources for your next corporate meeting. Hosting a meeting in Irving means access to beautiful meeting spaces, hospitable customer service, and distinct things to do and see. Here are the top five reasons why Irving is the perfect place to host your next meeting.

Your Mother's Day Weekend Guide in Irving

Wednesday, May 8, 2019 4:00 PM by Carol Stoddard

 

She packed your lunch, she drove you to practice, and her voice lulled you to sleep by reading a bedtime story. When you think about all the things your mom did while raising you, you realize that all those services are totally unaffordable now.  This is why Mother's Day was invented, to say thank you and help pay back a small portion of what she's done. Whether your mom loves great food, live music or just loves to hear you laugh, we have a list of events here in Irving that are sure to please her. 

 

Cinco de Mayo is an American-Mexican celebration held on May 5th to commemorate Mexico’s victory over the French Empire at the Battle of Puebla. Basically, they kicked Napoleon’s nephew and his army out of the country, thereby defeating a brief attempt at colonialism. And it's a perfect reason to celebrate! So whether Cinco de Mayo introduces your palate to that glorious cuisine from south of the border, or you’ve enjoyed Mexican food and TexMex all your life, celebrating this holiday has become a wonderful tradition for everyone here in Texas!

Check out our guide for Cinco de Mayo festivities in Irving.